CBP Command MCaP-42

This CBP Command MCaP-42 was designed and manufactured by Mobile Concepts Specialty Vehicles to serve as a Mobile Command and Processing (MCaP) Center for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection department. The CBP Command MCaP-42 will be assisting them in completing multiple facets of their mission by the mobile capabilities this trailer has to offer.

The trailer is separated into three (3) portions: a conference room, a waiting and workspace area, and a galley area. There are two electronic slide outs for added interior space. There is also additional storage space in the 5th wheel portion of the trailer that is accessible from the inside and outside.

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Specifications

Exterior

  • 42-foot length with 5th wheel hitch
  • Gel-coat fiberglass exterior
  • 2 electrically operated slide outs
  • LED DOT Lighting
  • Electric leveling jacks

Interior

  • 4 stand up workspaces w/ task chair
  • Conference room w/ pocket privacy door
  • Aluminum cabinets w/ dry erase surfaces
  • Galley w/ refrigerator, microwave & storage
  • Waiting area with bench seating
  • Red/White LED tactical lighting
  • FRP Interior walls
  • High-impact laminate countertops

Power

  • 2-110v, 1-12v, 2-CAT6 & 1-Antenna pre-wire per workstation
  • Onan Diesel 12kw Generator with 30gal fuel cell in compartment
  • Three (3) high capacity 13,500 BTU air conditioning w/ heat pump
  • Two (2) 750w electric wall heaters
  • 24u Electronics Equipment rack


 

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